"K" Line - vertaling naar nederlands
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"K" Line - vertaling naar nederlands

SHIPPING COMPANY
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha; "K" Line; Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd.; Kokusai Kisen Kabushiki Kaisha
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'K' Line         
n. Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd., groot Japans zeevaarttransportbedrijf dat scheepsladingen (auto's, kool, planken, graan, ijzererts, ruwe olie, vloeibaar, natuurlijk gas, enz.) vervoert en een vloot van ongeveer 340 schepen opereert
k ration         
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  • 90th Infantry Division]] soldiers picking up K-rations before being assigned to combat units, 1944
MEAL SUPPLIED BY THE US MILITARY
K-rations; K rations; K Rations; K-Rations; K ration; Kration
n. klein pakket van noodrantsoen dat in de Tweede Wereldoorlog aan de Amerikaanse troepen werd geleverd
K-12         
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KINDERGARTEN TO 12TH GRADE EDUCATION
K-12 School; K-12 schools; K-12 (education); K-12; PreK–12; K - 12; K-12 education; K-14 education; K-16 education; K–12 education; K–12 school; K-12 school; K-12 grade; PK-12; P-12 schools; P–12 (education); P-12 (education); K-12 Education; K–12 (education); Kindergarten to grade 12; PreK - 12; PK–12; PreK-12
van de kleuterschool tot groep 12

Definitie

straight-line
¦ adjective Finance (of depreciation) allocating a given percentage of the cost of an asset each year for a fixed period.

Wikipedia

K Line

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (川崎汽船株式会社, Kawasaki Kisen Kabushiki-gaisha, branded as "K" Line, stylized as "K" LINE) is a Japanese transportation company. It owns a fleet that includes dry cargo ships (bulk carriers), container ships, liquefied natural gas carriers, Ro-Ro ships, tankers, and container terminals. It used to be the fourteenth largest container transportation and shipping company in the world, before becoming part of Ocean Network Express.

Voorbeelden uit tekstcorpus voor "K" Line
1. Hanjin‘s operating profit, however, fell 43 per cent to 145 billion won. ‘K‘ Line income: ‘K‘ Line has posted a net income of 34.88 billion yen ($2'6.35 million) for the first half of fiscal year 2005, ended September 30, an increase of 4 per cent compared to the same period last year.
2. A similar view is held by Yasuhide Sakinaga, chairman of Japan‘s third largest shipping company, Kawa–saki Kisen Kaisha Ltd (‘K‘ Line). He said that container rates might fall by 5 per cent.